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announced a list of 16 honorees today for the medal of freedom. >>> form president george bush is back at home after a health scare this week. as you probably heard, he had a stint placed in an artery. the news came as a shock who regard president bush as a model of physical fitness. but there may be some good in the discovery and not just for mr. bush. tom foreman has this week's "american journey." >> reporter: in office and out, george w. bush has been regarded by many as the most fit president ever. mountain biking, swimming, golfing, weightlifting and laboring on his ranch. his annual physicals while in office found him in excellent health with no history of diabetes and low to very low coronary artery disease. so when physicians inserted a stint to reopen an artery, some people may have been stunned. but not dr. lerner. >> i think it is a case that people should go to their doctors and not assume because they exercise a lot they don't necessarily have a heart problem. >> reporter: he wrote a book called "when illness goes public" and says when famous people face illness, this is
, by george h.w. bush, by the clinton administration. they almost never work and they're almost always counterproductive. you wind up rattling the cage of what's already an angry animal, and you wind up with more terrorism and more action on the ground. the other point that fouad made that's very important is that bashar al assad probably feels he's in patrol of the situation. i don't think we can dismiss the possibility that he carried out these attacks because of the american warnings, knowing the response would be limited and by his terms the american image would be one of inadequacy. >> you look at that vote in england and the way everybody is looking at syria, it's impossible to escape the specter of iraq. everybody seems to be looking at this through the lens of iraq. >> you're exactly right. the shadow of iraq hangs over this. but everybody has overused iraq. i'll give you one precedent which barack obama would opt for, and in a way it would see us to a proper conclusion, a good conclusion. look at kosovo in 1999. it was waged by a dove. bill clinton has never been viewed as a w
's been used by the regan administration, by george h.w bush, by the clinton administration. they almost never work and are almost counter protective. you rattle the cage of what is already a caged animal, angry animal and wind up with more terrorism and action on the ground. i think another point that he made that is very important is that bashar al-assad probably feels he's in control. i don't think we can dismuss the possibility he carried out this chemical attack not in spite of the american warnings but because of the american warnings knowing the response would be very limited and that by his terms, the american image would be one of inadequate si. >> it's impossible to escape the spector of i rock. >> everybody is looking at it through the lens of iraq or the -- russia looks through it. >> the shadow hangs over this but i think everybody overused iraq. there is more president. president obama could opt for and a good conclusion. look at kosovo in 1999 waged by a dove. i mean, bill clinton has never been viewed as a warrior. they went, we bombed for 78 days and destroyed the war ma
. >> let me play a clip. this is the former president george w. bush. he was on fox earlier today and was asked about an imminent u.s. strike. listen to this. >> i can comment about this. the president has a tough choice to make and if he decides to use the military, he'll have the greatest military ever backing him up. i was not a fan of mr. assad. he's an ally of iran and he's made mischief. >> you worked for president bush and he's clearly trying to stay out of the debate now. he doesn't want to step on the current president as he makes these very, very tough decisions. what kind of marks, fran, will you give the current national security team surrounding the president on this sensitive subject? >> you know, wolf, because it seems clear to me that we are on the eve of decision to engage in military operations, i'm not going -- i'm not about grading the current team. there are things that i might have suggested we do differently, timing differently, tactics differently, strategy differently, perhaps. but tonight is not really the night. when the war -- when there is a military a
perfect match at kp.org and thrive. >>> tonight former president george w. bush is said to be recouping well after having a stint. president clinton who had the same procedure in 2010 reached out to mr. bush today. doctors found the block cage yesterday during the annual physical. president bush is known as a fitness buff and worked out regularly two his two terms in office. dr. sanjay gupta joins me now. what do we know? >> he's 67 years old and we're told it happened on a routine physical exam. they gave no indication there was problems ahead of time and that's an important point, which we'll talk about. something during the exam related them, some cause for concern and that led to the placement of this stint. i think we have an animation to show what that is, basically. essentially you're trying to unblock an artery and put a catheter up into the artery and unblock it with a balloon but ultimately put this stint in place, a metal scaffolding. sometimes the stints will release medication, as well, to keep the blood vessel open. >> i seen studies, i think, that these are kind of -- pe
you become the next victim. ♪ ♪ >>> tonight, former president george w. bush is said to be recuperating well after having a stent placed in a blocked artery later today. former president clinton who had the same procedure in 2010 reached out to mr. bush today. former president bush is long known as a fitness buff. he worked out regularly in his two terms in office. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta joins us now. what do we know about this? >> he's 67 years old. we're told this happened during a routine physical exam. they gave no indication that there were any problems ahead of time. something during the exam alerted them. there was some cause for concern, and that led to the placement of this stent. i think we have an animation just to show what that is basically. essentially, they're trying to unblock an artery. they put a catheter up in the artery and unblock it. sometimes, it's a balloon. but ultimately, you put the stent in place. it's like a metal scaffolding. you're familiar with these, anderson? >> right. >> sometimes, it will release medication
of preserving rare animals like his father and him. >> you can do the same, prince george. >> at this rate, nothing is in his ear. i'll have toy elephants covered in pushes making him grow up as if he's in the bush. >> he said the possibility of his son carrying on the royal family's legacy in africa isn't his immediate concern. >> i want him to sleep more. >> like any new mother or father, parenthood has surprised and amazed prince william. >> i think the last few weeks for me have been a very different emotional experience, something i never thought i would feel myself. i find, again, it's only been a short period. a lot of things affect me differently now. >> max foster joins us now. it's a fascinating interview and a human side of him. he didn't think -- he doesn't think of it as the next generation. it's not conscious on his part, just the way he does things. >> this is how he copes with what's around him. he decides he's not going to be told what to do and do things in his own way. putting him in the car seat and driving off, he wants to do that. he wants to change the diapers. he wa
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